The latter deal is the largest in the company's history. , In December 2009, Consumer Reports found that major canned food companies including Campbell's Soup had tinned products which had bisphenol A (BPA) levels over 100 ppb in some cases; the testing revealed that just one serving of canned food would exceed an expert's recommendation for daily exposure (0.2 micrograms per kg body weight per day). The silkscreens themselves have become iconic pieces of pop art, with one in particular, Small Torn Campbell Soup Can (Pepper Pot) (1962), commanding a price of $11.8 million at auction in 2006. , In fall 2007, Campbell's was awarded a Certificate of Excellence, for their efforts in lowering sodium levels, from Blood Pressure Canada. The Pace brand is used by Campbell's to market salsas and picante sauce. 2, originally a tomato-processing plant, shut down in 1980. Courier-Post newspaper photo gallery of Campbell's Soup's early years in Camden, N.J. 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Under its brands, Campbell's produces soups a… , The company announced in January 2018 that their only Canadian factory, in Toronto, would close. Campbell Soup Company, doing business as Campbell's, is an American processed food and snack company. Campbell Soup has invested heavily in advertising since its inception, and many artifacts of its promotional campaigns have proven valuable in the Americana collectible advertising market. Campbell's continues to be a major part of Camden, regularly participating in charity events in the community. First Campbells Soup flavor introduced in 1895 NYT Crossword Clue Answers are listed below and every time we find a new solution for this clue we add it on the answers list. , Having sold over $450 million a year worth of Chunky Soup from 2004 to 2017, Campbell's asked for a trademark on "Chunky", which was approved in 2019. The Pepperidge Farm brand is used by Campbell's to market: An American salsa company founded in 1947, it was acquired by Campbell's in 1995. (2010–present), Concentrated soups that are usually diluted with water or milk before eating, Ready-to-eat soups that do not need additional water. In 1876, Anderson left the partnership and the company became the "Joseph A. Campbell Preserve Company". Perhaps best known are the "Campbell's Kids" designed by illustrator Grace Drayton. Later in 2011, the canned varieties also returned to supermarket shelves with refreshed labels and new lines. In 2004, Campbell's themselves recognized Warhol's art by releasing in the eastern United States a limited-edition series of cans that were inspired by the coloring and silkscreen effects of Warhol's pieces. However, Campbell's Chunky, Healthy Request and other soups, as well as their V-8 and Tomato juices, are claimed by Campbell's to contain reduced sodium levels. The Evolution Of Campbell's Soup. On June 22, 2010, Campbell's "SpaghettiOs and Meatballs" product was recalled after a Texas firm found possible traces of underprocessed meat in the product. , In July 2019, Campbell's agreed to sell its stake in the Kelsen Group for $300 million to a subsidiary of Ferrero SpA, with the transfer to be completed in 2020.. The classic red-and-white can design used by many Campbell's branded products has become an American icon, and its use in pop art was typified by Andy Warhol's series of Campbell's Soup Cans prints. , In 2012, Campbell announced plans to buy Bolthouse Farms, a maker of juices, salad dressings and baby carrots, for $1.55 billion.  He went on to become president of the company from 1914 to 1930, eventually buying out the Campbell family. It currently produces various varieties of cookies, usually in distinctive round metal tins. , In June 2015, Campbell Soup acquired salsa maker Garden Fresh Gourmet for $231 million as it looked to expand into the fresh and organic packaged foods business.